The prosecution has the burden of proving beyond a reasonable doubt the identity of the person who committed the crime. [statref]720 ILCS 5/3-1 (West 2012) [/statref]; People v. Slim, 127 Ill.2d 302, 307 (1989). An identification of the accused by one credible witness may be sufficient to sustain a conviction. Slim, 127 Ill.2d at 307. Conversely, an identification will not be deemed sufficient to support a conviction if it […]
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